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Jessica Cartwright

Jessica is the Executive Director for NAMI Wichita Falls and is also a piano teacher at F&J Music.  Most people know she is energetic and fun-loving, but you may not know that she is also a collector of Wizard of Oz memorabilia.  Interestingly enough, she grew up wanting to be a coroner, but realized that wasn't the best profession for her when she passed out just by watching someone have their blood drawn.  She fancies herself as a "crazy cat lady in training" as she and her husband, David, have three cats named Honey, Norton, and Shinobi, and a dog named Bruce.

 

Community Involvement

I have proudly been a Big with BBBS since April 2016 (hey Mya!).  I have served on the Board of Directors for the Humane Society of Wichita County and currently serve on the Advisory Board for Phased In.  I am active in community events that revolve around mental health and suicide awareness/prevention. 

 

Why say yes to DFTS?

"I said YES to DFTS because as a Big I see the value and the need for BBBS here in our area.  Being a part of this program has been amazing and life changing.  You get to see the world through a different, younger, set of eyes.  Plus, I really need to work on my dancing skills."

 

Ron Moses

Retired Sergeant First Class Ronald Moses is from Vernon and is a proud veteran of the US Army after serving twenty years.  He enlisted at seventeen and started his career in Fort Hood, TX.  He is an instructor of country/western dance as he teaches line and couple dancing (two-step, waltz, shuffle, cha-cha, swing, etc) to groups and private parties. Ron is a reserve teacher for WFISD.  He’s committed to making the community a better place as he’s involved with numerous organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Rainbow House, Work Services Corp, and Whispers of Hope.

 

Why say yes to DFTS?

I love to dance and have fun!  It’s exciting to teach people to relax, enjoy, and have fun learning to dance.

 

 

 

 

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